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of the match play championships just outside of tucson, arizona had to be postponed because of snow. look at that. >> yeah. >> this is a time lapse of t almost 3 inches of the white stuff ended up falling. no match was able to finish. the good news for the fuchsment, the forecast calls for sunshine the rest of the week. >> beautiful. >> and a warm-up hopefully. >> i love that. -- the good news for the tournament, the forecast calls for sunshine the rest of the week. >> i didn't realize it snowed at all in tucson. >> pretty rare. >> moving to the midwest too? >> sort of related. a piece of that energy bringing the snow down there. >> marching its way across the u.s. >> you know something is upside down when tucson is getting snow and we haven't seen much of anything. >> hey, that's tucson's problem. >> i wish it were our problem but it's not. we have a chance for the dreaded wintry mix around here. i don't think it will be a terribly big deal. doesn't look like a lot of moisture. this would be tomorrow afternoon. that is our next chance for any measurable precipitation around here. friday
people. >> on january 8th of 2011 a young man walked up to gabby at her constituent event in tucson, leveled his gun, and shot her through the head. he then turned down the line and continued firing. in 15 seconds he emptied his magazine. it contained 33 bullets. and there were 33 wounds. as the shooter attempted to reload, he fumbled. a woman grabbed the next magazine and others restrained him. gabby was the first victim. christina taylor-green, 9 years old, born on 9/11 of 2001, was shot with the 13th bullet or after, and others followed. >> the woman who mark kelly was describing in that testimony, the woman who stopped the shooter in that mass shooting in tucson, stopped him from being able to reload and kill more people, is this woman, patricia meche. she had gone to the meet your congresswoman event that day in tucson to meet her congresswoman, gabby giffords, specifically because she wanted to thank gabby giffords for her vote in favor of president obama's stimulus plan. abc news interviewed patricia meche very shortly after the shooting. very shortly after the shooting. and
years ago or after the tucson shooting or after aurora. why only now? one statement directs the cdc to continue studies on gun violence. congress has never prohibited cdc from researching gun violence rather, congress prevented federal research to "advocate or promote gun control" which some government researchers have been doing under the guise of taxpayer supported science. had congress prohibited by -- gun violence research, the president could not legally directed cdc to conduct research. i was taken aback when the president cited the declaration of independence and constitution as sources of government power to restrict gun order shipwrights pri the constitution, in fact, create a limited federal government. it separates powers among branches of the federal government and preserve state power and federal power pretty framers believe the structures would adequately control the government so as to protect individual liberties but the american people disagree. they fear the constitution gave the federal money government told so much power, it could be tyrannical and violate indivi
,000 feet above sea level, it was snowing, including on golf courses in tucson where a tournament was supposed to be going on. they had to postpone because of snow in tucson. almost cold enough for snow around here in a couple spots. fairfield 34, concord 37, napa, are santa rosa 34. the low pressure area that gave snow to portions of arizona, scottsdale at 2,000 feet had some snow. that's pushing into west texas and new mexico. for us, in the wake of that low pressure area, we have a clockwise throw around there. if you were outside, you felt that breeze today. we'll v that once again tomorrow. the overall weather pattern for the west coast is going to be very stormy, very wet, very snowy in the mountains. but it all is going to miss us to the north because of high pressure parked to our west. the sierra will get some snowfall. but the bay area likely will remain try, temperatures trending into the 60s coming for the weekend and next week. mornings chilly, days seasonal: the storms just miss us, a couple showers possible in the extreme north bay. aside from that, dry again for an
. the mountains in tucson, arizona, for snow for 10 years there today. this chilly out there. it will bring us a mixed bag of precipitation friday night. tomorrow, sunny skies. you see that right through the afternoon and into the early evening. clouds begin moving in late tomorrow night. a thick enough during the day friday. we are ok for the friday evening rush hour. just cloudy and cold. going into friday night, a messy mixture of snow and sleet. maybe some rain moving into fighting night and early saturday morning. all right on the afternoon on saturday. temperatures will warm in the 40's on the weekend. more will be cold. sunny skies, breezy conditions, well below number -- normal temperatures. sublets it's got 50. small craft advisory to margaret ways will be up to 3 feet on the open waters of the day. western mountains, bitter cold tonight. 26 tomorrow. snow and sleet are the main weather features on friday, changing to just snow showers saturday. you get to enjoy the sun tomorrow, but not a warm sun. 30 degrees with winds making it feel colder. rain snow makes friday night. 40 and sunn
the mental health issue is so important because in the case of virginia tech, tucson, and colorado is an issue in all of those killings. >> can i ask you specifically what gave you the sense that the portions of the feinstein 3 gb support on the feinstein amendment had diminished? >> i think there was information came out in the meeting that would make it less supported. let me back up a little bit. i will be very clear with you. i feel an outright ban is going to have a difficult time passing the house of representatives. that would keep it from becoming law. when you have five or seven democrat senators from rural come fromt seem to be v second amendment state, i think that is a tough goal in the united states senate. the publicity of the feinstein amendment has been very positive up until now. the polls reflect that. i thought the hearing detracted from the bill to some extent. >> some people think this reaction to newtownc for congrs to take, some gun rights advocates believe that you cannot legislate this problem away. any legislation would not have prevented newtown. do you
. that is where you have to go. they were trying to play golf in spots like tucson. phoenix does get snow but it is my be rare. it is cold enough to snow but we do not have any moisture. our temperature now is into the 30's. let me show you what is going on. there's the beginnings of what is now huge storm over the next couple of days for the mid-part of the country. there is tucson. see the red areas? they are areas that may have blizzard conditions overnight. lookit that band of snow right now around which to talk living up through central parts of kansas. it is a wild night in parts of the mid-part of the country. there will be 12 to 24 inches of snow over the next 24 hours in the for the mid-part of the country. 23 in kansas city. the high temperature here was 40 degrees. right now it is 27. it does not feel at 27 with the wind. look at the temperatures in minneapolis. you can see that boundary in the mid-part of the country where the storm is and that is the area all the way from kansas city even in toward indianapolis better under a winter storm warnings. some ice storms and freezin
secure. it's the tucson region that people are concerned about. >> bill: so there has been some improvement, burr in the tucson area, there is still chaos. you see it that way, mike? >> absolutely. when you look at the tucson sector and the crime that still comes north, there's a vico valley, the signs are there warning people, don't pick up hitchhikers. >> they put the guard down in this area, and in the tucson area and stop it. why don't they do that? >> and i think that's what the plan is. when they talk about reform, those are some of the reform plans using technology that was used in iraq and the technology of drones and some other things to better secure that vast part of the border. >> bill: i understand the anger of the folks because i think the government has done it half heartedly. thank you very much. we appreciate it. we will be broadcasting from phoenix on friday. we're doing a bolder fresher show in the valley of the sun. pleasant more ahead as we continue. dennis miller will be here talking about tiger woods and president obama palling around. also miller has som
the state of the union that year was scheduled just days after the mass shooting in tucson, arizona that killed six people and that nearly killed congresswoman gabby giffords. her intern daniel hernandez, who helped save her that day, and her surgeon, both of them went to the state of the union that year, as did the parents of the little girl, christina taylor green, who was killed in that shooting. arizona's congressional delegation held open a seat for gabby giffords herself that year, and the president mentioned her right at the top of the speech. but even with all of that attention to what had just happened days earlier in tucson, tucson was not discussed that year at the state of the union as a catalyst for policy change. the president made no mention in that year's speech of the problem of gun violence or any related policy reforms. that was in 2011. one of the most moving moments of the next state of the union, the following year, 2012, happened before the president began his speech. as lawmakers filled the room, a quiet applause started up in the chamber and initially it was
now? in about 30 minutes i'm going to show you video from tucson, arizona way down here, they had a near blizzard today with strong winds and heavy snow coming down for a couple of hours. that's the storm system that got us yesterday. it is getting arizona and new mexico today. so in its wake we have this northerly flow. we'll have partly to mostly sunny skies tomorrow but still a chill in the air especially when the breeze picks up. a lot of storms, a lot of moisture, a lot of rainfall. but just to our north. extreme northern california will get it crescent city. medford oregon will get rainfall. not for us. we'll be dry. cold for the next several mornings but the afternoons will be seasonable 60 degrees. those storms will miss us to our north. upper 50s tomorrow, livermore 58, san jose 59, pretty similar to today. san rafael 58 degrees. redwood city also 58. your extended forecast right around 60 on friday, saturday and sunday. i think sunday will be the sunnier milder day. and then next week, still partly sunny skies, storms hanging arou
focuses on a long-running dispute over mexican-american study courses in tucson, arizona. the high school classes offered at-risk latino students literature and history they could identify with. but the programs were outlawed in 2010 by the state after opponents charged they presented anti-american ideas. the story is reported by correspondent john carlos fray. here's an excerpt. >> tucson student, teachers and residents protested the new ban on ethnic studies. at the beginning of one school board meeting students charged to the front of the room and chained themselves to chairs in an attempt to stop a school board vote. they succeeded that day. one of the students was this woman. >> when i saw that somebody wanted to get rid of them, i was just like how can that be possible if these classes are amazing am how far do students have to go for a government or district to understand that they care about their education. >> the tucson unified school distct trict lead by superintendent john piticomb appealed the been on mexican american studies and argued that the program did not promote resent
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between tucson and phoenix, it was really coming down and that system has come off and that looks like it. in fact, it is a dry forecast and our rain is gone, you might as well take it into the weekend and it will cool us down, there it goes. it might just be an interesting weather maker and for us things are coming down a little bit, 30s and 40s much, much lower with that cloud deck. temperatures are not as cold, it will be mostly sunny, gradual warming, it will be breezy, more out of the northwest as well. a lot of upper 50s and lower 60s, slightly below average on the temperatures, boy, i tell you everything said sunny weather. >>> you can expect a foot of snow and they will continue to be hit by winter storm cue. snow dumped on parts of oklahoma shows no signs of stopping and so far the storm is blamed for multiple accidents and at least one death. they are serving as flip-flops and that's winter storm cutting arizona off guard yet. roads were didn't sell ised and people could be in the sunny state. >> that was an interesting looking picture there. yes. >>> new information about a dea
outside of tucson, what an event today. it's a match play deal. they have tiger and roy mcilroy the two biggest names in the sport, tiger didn't play that bad today. mcilroy has already been eliminated and i love saying this, charles howell iii you know his parents had a yacht. he knocks out wood. so mcilroy and woods were eliminated today. we're laughing about the elevator. like i said, i put seven years
and match play outside of tucson, the tournament was delayed due to snow. we pick it up with the quarter finals and picture perfect day on the course. match play, facing steve stricker, first putt and reads it perfectly. pours it right in. moves in the semis on monday. thanks to this birdie putt. he will face jason bey and finals set for sunday. >> and harbaugh brothers are speaking again. at the combine in indianapolis. weight lifting and third in the 40 yard dash. he has lot more speed in the field. he should be second round pick in the n.f.l. draft. in the n.f.l. draft. more coming up at 11:00, jim [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates,
families of oak creek, and tucson, and other communities ripped open by gun violence - ttey deserre a simple vote."following the republicans' turn. loridaa senator marco rubio deliverrd his arty's message. "as yoo heard tonight, his solutiin to virtually eveey problem we more, borrow more nd spend more."prrsident obama said that nnoe of the ideas proposed innhis speech would he called a single imeewhat -3 republicans were quick to ideas carried a price tag, just yet.on capitol hill, i'' emily schmidt reporting 3&the majjrity oo eople liked the tate of the union address. according to a c-n-- poll.. 53 percent of people ho watched the resident's speech had a "positive reaction" to what he said... and only 22 percenn had a "negative response." the pope gives his final ash wednesday service at the vatica. this comme just days affer announcing that e will resign at he end offthe month due to healtt reasons.he is the first pope in nearly 600 years to &ptoday maaks tte firsttday of lent forrchrrstians in the western world.ash wednesday beginn a period of prayer and penance... an
as it melts quickly. >> that was tucson, arizona. they usually get a couple inches this time of year. >> that the plan enough to make a snowball. >> not much snow around here, but tomorrow we could see a little wintry mix. sleet and maybe freezing rain in the potomac highlands especially and a little north of the d.c. metro. most of it will be just a rain for us here. temperatures are cold and it's breezy. it feels like the teens this morning. 18 ntc, $59, 15 in manassas, 14 in martinsburg. it will be a sunny day for the most part. if a few clouds this morning. sunshine this afternoon with a wind chill factor in the '20s or low 30's. cool at the end of this week. tomorrow we will see a light mixed. only one-tenth of an inch of moisture. i hope it will not cause many problems. in the meantime, let's check on traffic would jamee. >> we like the rodeads. everyone coming in from the west, the greenway, the toll road 95, 395 at duke street, 14th street bridge, it's a good time to get going. no troubles. in maryland, a good time on 270 between frederick and the capital beltway. no obstacle
tonight. tomorrow the storm that was first showing up in the desert southwest with snow in tucson yesterday, now is around kansas city, pushing snow into chicago. it will bring all that unsettled weather right into the cold that is locked in of the mid atlantic. winter weather advisory in the blue shaded counties in central and western pennsylvania all the way into garrett county in western maryland. in the pink shaded area is a winter storm warning. all of that moving eastbound. the futurecast shows that rider after lunch time it -- we will start to pick up snow and sleet across central maryland. it will accumulate maybe an inch or so by the friday evening rush hour. plan on some extra time to get around tomorrow evening. it will push off the coast saturday afternoon but for a few hours things could get kind of tricky with snow and sleet moving through the weekend. tomorrow, 33-38, like east winds. cloudy in the morning, snow and sleet developing in the afternoon. the sun comes up at 6:49. the days are slowly getting longer. western maryland has a wintry mix. the cold air we redo
through these mass shootings in recent years, from aurora, colorado, to tucson, arizona, to blacksburg, virginia, it was that military- style semi automatic weapons or a large capacity ammunition magazine that committed unspeakable terror. we have witnessed today victims of the shootings in newtown, aurora, and virginia tech. with the victims of gun violence in this room, please stand for a moment in this room. thank you. we appreciate it. we also have with us a law- enforcement officers from around the country who had traveled here to support our efforts to ban these military style assault weapons, including the chief of police from arizona, northridge, california, colorado, georgia, illinois, massachusetts, baltimore, maryland, new orleans, oklahoma, oregon, pennsylvania, virginia, the university of central florida, and of dickinson and nathaniel colleges, and the leaders of the state police in new york and rhode island. with these and other law enforcement officers here today please stand and be recognized. thank you very much. we cannot allow the carnage i have described to continu
there are getting a rare opportunity to play in the snow. just outside of tucson, snow- covered dove mountain. the golf course there that forced the pga to cancel the championship event. now meantime the midwest which does see snow is preparing for what could be the worst storm since 2011. snow and ice is expected to fall in more than a dozen states. >> got to be honest. i got home yesterday, grabbed olivia. went in to watch the golf tournament the match play going on. get there to the live coverage and the golf course is covered in snow. >> not used to seeing it there. tucson is in the south. so that had to be a surprise to people there. >> exactly. that's a rare event that's happening there. and also we are going to be in for some of that messy weather as we go through the weekend. i'm going to detail that? just a minute. now let's start out with temperatures this morning because this is our story as well as the breezy conditions once again. so good morning westminster at 20 degrees. 21 catonsville and edgewood at 25. and we're going to see the 20s from elkton even goldsboro at 23. cambridg
. the families of tucson and blacksburg and the countless other opportunities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. >> reporter: the president said it is pastime for bipartisan immigration legislation. republicans say the president's focus really means more spending and deficits. >> his solution is for washington to tax more, borrow more and spend more. >> reporter: president obama now takes his message on the road hitting three states in three days beginning with north carolina tomorrow followed by atlanta on thursday and chicago on friday. friday. in washington, craig boswell, fox news. >> we still have plenty ahead. your weather, traffic and all your top stories. >> fox 5 morning news at 4:30 starts now. arts now. >> it is wednesday, february 13th. this is a live look outside. a cold start to your morning. good morning to you. i'm wisdom martin. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's say hello to tucker barnes and get the latest on our weather. so, it is quiet right now. not going to stay this with a show, is it. >> we have rain showers back in th
giffords and tucson, arizona, it was only when the shooter had to change a magazine when or others have the chance to take the shooter down. the bill protects the rights of legitimate gun owners. it will not affect hunting or sporting firearms. the bill protects legitimate hunters by specifically excluding over 2000 specificly named by make and model firearms used for hunting or sporting purposes. second, the bill will not take away any weapons that are owned today. anyone who says otherwise is simply trying to deceive you. finally, it would ban the future sale or transfer of these magazines, including the manufacturing, implementation, or possession. let me address for a moment the charge that the assault weapons ban such as this are unconstitutional. the original federal assault weapons ban and it was challenged repeatedly on every grounds the opponents to come up with, including the second amendment, the ninth amendment, the commerce clause, the due process clause, equal protection, and being a bill of the chamber. each and every time these challenges were rejected and the ban was up
the tucson murder. i echo the vice president's comments. patricia is an american hero. her heroic acts helped stop loughner in his tracks. secondly, i think john mccain is confusing straight talk with circular logic. the reason that the assault weapons ban won't bapass in the senate is because he's trying to obstruct it. it also dishonors the memory of his slain constituents because jared loughner passed a background check. he was able to unload 33 bullets in a matter of 15 seconds in a semiautomatic pistol with a high capacity magazine. the 13th bullet went into the body and killed a 9-year-old girl. it's exactly the reason why a background check alone will not solve this problem, and it's unbelievable to me that john mccain, who has been such a statesman and somebody who was so well-regarded on both sides of the aisle, has now become an industry front man on an issue that has gotten so out of control that it is causing carnage among his own constituents and this is the kind of answer that we get from him. >> it's extraordinary. patricia, you don't need me to remind you that six people were
air moved in. tucs tucson, only at 55 today. even hawaii is looking pretty nice. you can take your choice of good weather in the west. >> if i could only be in hawaii. thank you. >>> home prices are rising, 10% year over year. conditions for the 4,000 passengers stranded aboard that carnival cruise ship are getting diceyer by the day. best in show, the pampered pure breds trotting past p inting pr prognosticators. >>> welcome back. other stories making news this morning. nearly 600 homes were destroyed or damaged after this massive tornado ripped across mississippi. miraculously no one was killed in the storm but dozens were injured. >>> talk about sea sickness, passengers in a stranded cruise ship in the gulf of mexico report limited access to hot coffee, food and bathrooms. the ship lost power over the weekend and will be towed to a port to alabama by the weekend. >>> a federal judge has overturned arizona's attempt to block funding for planned parenthood. the judge says the law robs individuals on medicaid of the ability to choose health care services. >>> the former navy s.e.a.
made it clear he wants action. >> "the families of oak creek, and tucson, and blacksburg, and the countless other communities ripped open by gun violence - they deserve a simple vote." >> reporter: following the president's speech, it was the republicans' turn. florida senator marco rubio delivered his party's message. >> "as you heard tonight, his solution to virtually every problem we face is for washington to tax more, borrow more and spend more." >> reporter: president obama said that none of the ideas proposed in his speech would increase the deficit by what he called a single dime. republicans were quick to point out that none of the ideas carried a price tag, just yet. on capitol hill, i'm emily schmidt reporting tonight, and i can announce that more troops will come home from afghanistan. this will continue in by the end of next year the war will be over in afghanistan >> pam: and that is welcome news to the president of the south bay chapter of the blue star moms military support group. with two sons in the marine corps, both of whom served three tours of duty in
deserve a vote. the families of aurora deserve a vote. the families of oak creek and tucson and blacksburg and the countless other communities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. >> reporter: but this was a president who heard whispers that he forgot the economy in his second inaugural, emphasizing that despite all the issues that have been thrust upon him, from north korea testing nuclear weapons -- >> provocations of the sort we saw last night will only further isolate them. >> reporter: to a mad gunman invading a country school. it is the economy that will dominate barack obama's second term. >> a growing economy that creates good middle class jobs, that must be the north star that guides our efforts. >> reporter: the president proposing a series of bold actions, from a $50 billion fix it first infrastructure program designed to repair as many as 70,000 crumbling bridges around the country. raising the minimum wage from $7.25 to $9 an hour by 2015. and calling for universal preschool education for the nation's 4-year-olds. offering federal funding to states to make
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